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Blotter: Tennessee man transported back to Evanston, charged with aggravated use of weapon

Sophie Mann, Digital Development and Recruitment Editor

April 23, 2017

Filed under City, Crime

On Tuesday, a 21-year-old man from Nashville, Tennessee was transported back to Evanston by police after the Nashville Police Department arrested him based on an active warrant, according to a news release. The warrant was...

Armed robber steals cash from Subway shop in downtown Evanston

Jerry Lee, Summer Managing Editor

July 11, 2016

Filed under City, Crime, Latest Stories

The Subway shop on Sherman Avenue was robbed Sunday night by a person with a handgun, according to University Police. An employee, who was the only person present at the time, reported that at about 10:10 p.m. a male subject...

CTA signs contract to upgrade wireless system to 4G

Stephanie Kelly, Reporter

July 22, 2014

Filed under City

The Chicago Transit Authority will begin a project in November to improve wireless communication on the Red Line and Blue Line subways. CTA officials voted in a board meeting Thursday to sign a contract with Aldridge Electric,...

I’m Jewish, and I’m hungry: Evaluating Evanston options for Passover

Hayley Glatter, Copy Chief

April 16, 2014

Filed under Blogs, Food/Dining, The Current

Subway, Jimmy John’s, Cosi, Einstein Bros, Panera Bread. All sandwich shops. All less than one block from campus. These bread-filled heavens mock me as I walk past. The sourdough rolls taunt me at every meal. It feels ...

Norbucks to get renovation, La Boulange food options

Joseph Diebold, Campus Editor

December 10, 2013

Filed under Blogs, Latest Stories, On Campus

The Starbucks in Norris University Center will receive a renovation over Winter Break, the center announced this afternoon. "The retail location will be completely updated with new displays, counters, and lighting," Norris...

Editorial: Administration should look at students as partners, not customers

The Daily Northwestern Editorial Board

October 1, 2013

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

As students eased back into the grind of group meetings and oddly timed meals this fall, they may have noticed some changes that will shift their daily routines. Several times last week, The Daily reported on changes to student...